Crystal Cove is a waterfront community on Watts Bar Lake in Rockwood TN. The subdivision is in the mountains so many lots are extremely steep, difficult to build, or have very abrupt driveways. Lot 241 sits near the top of the mountain, has a nearly level building pad, and spectacular long view of the surrounding mountains. The sale of this property includes a deeded boat slip #18 that is in year-around deep water. Crystal Cove is a friendly and socially active community of single-family homes and people that enjoy nature, boating, and rural living. Annual HOA fee is only $75/year.
$52,900 Lot 241and includes deeded boat slip #18
* $52,900 asking price assumes NO broker is involved. If broker is involved, their commission must be added to the selling price. A broker adds no value to this transaction, if you found this property and website on your own. Save your money.
Here are some photos and info about Lot 241, boat slip 18, and Crystal Cove
Watts Bar Lake Information
Located midway between Knoxville and Chattanooga, Watts Bar Lake is one of nine TVA dams on the Tennessee River. At over 39,000 acres and 780 miles of shoreline, the reservoir attracts millions of recreation visits each year for boating, fishing, swimming, camping, and other outdoor activities. Area marinas provide 500 boat slips, large and small boat rentals, houseboats, cabins, and supplies. Unlimited coves and islands with natural sand beaches make an idea lake for all water sports. Watts Bar lake is fed by three major rivers and at least six large creeks. Anglers may choose from jumbo crappie as well as lunker largemouth and small mouth bass and trophy stripers. The abundance of most types of fresh water fish will provide lasting memory for the avid fisherman. Completed in January 1942, just 3 weeks after Pearl Harbor, the Watts Bar dam provided urgently needed electricity for the war effort. In conjunction with other tributary and main-river reservoirs above Chattanooga, the reservoir plays an important role in flood control for Chattanooga and other downstream communities.